October Goals: Finding Passion and a little bit of happy

At the beginning of this year, I have shared my journey on self-improvement and mental health but it was only last month where I took it seriously. Sure, I was drowning myself in motivational articles, podcasts, and searching through the self-help section but it can only do so much. Instead of helping me improve myself, …

More Thought Bubbles

Thoughts have resurfaced They continue to linger Each thought left a remnant of my sanity, self-esteem, and self-worth. when I thought I have a garden to flourish my emotions these thoughts resurface revealing ruins each day passes some moments are different I continue to garden despite the rubble and cracks I’m afraid Because these thoughts …

What Makes Us Good?

I never knew how to answer this question: “Am I a good person?” This would lead me down a rabbit hole Of confusing questions and painful contemplation I would need to review my script of lies Maybe there’s a way I can revise the truth I can weigh in both the bad and the good …

I’m Trying To Improve Myself But I Also Want To Take Care Of Myself

I’ve read an article recently about how Millennials (such as myself) are addicted to self-improvement. The article mentioned how self-improvement in itself is a good idea but there is a dark side to it as well –but only if it’s done incorrectly. Buying a self-help book doesn’t immediately mean you’re growing yet it feels like …

Leaving Material, Living Minimal

Go live a clutter-free life! They always say less is more and whoever said that was right. In this complex world filled with advertisements luring us into happiness you have to stop and ask yourself -will this make my life better? Will having a dozen shoes or a walk-in closet make, me a better person? …

My Home Library Needs a Self-Help Section

When I was 13 I would walk into a bookstore looking for the latest YA novel now as a 20-something I go straight to the self-help section. I understand I am only 22 years old and shouldn’t be too consumed with the stressors of everyday life. But here I am writing about how I need more …

I was drowning in a river of denial

This is a bit old and I wrote when I was in my junior year of High School, I was maybe around 15 turning 16 back then and I was in this transition from doe eyed little girl to a girl with opinions and a mouth that cannot shut up. I was trying to better …